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  1. RK 2.5 installed with 37’s

    Thats exactly what that was at the time of these pics. But it is worth noting that the X Factor line and Adventure line both use the same springs so even though it is an Adventure Series, the X Factor would sit at the same height.
  2. RK 2.5 installed with 37’s

    I hoped that's what you'd say because that's one I have super handy. It's actually the same one I posted about as a 3.5" on 38's and we did it again on a 4.5" on 39's and again on 40's. That poor jeep got cut up and reworked a bunch of times. Now belongs to a fellow at Magnaflow.
  3. RK 2.5 installed with 37’s

    3.5" on 38's is the closest that I have handy.
  4. RK 2.5 installed with 37’s

    2 door or 4 door? I'll see what I can find.
  5. JLUR suspension install on JLU with LCA’s that are 7/16th longer

    You will have a lot of caster. I don't have the math in front of me but I'd bet upwards of 9 degrees. It certainly wouldn't be advised.
  6. Using Diesel JLUR front springs to correct front bumper/winch sag and keep factory height and geometry?

    Honestly, that demographic is small. R&D on a spring, plus testing, and going to production is expensive. I honestly don't believe that demographic is strong enough to support buying enough springs to not loose money in the process, even more so when you're competing with $20 spacers. I wish...
  7. Using Diesel JLUR front springs to correct front bumper/winch sag and keep factory height and geometry?

    The front axle of the Diesel is seeing about 370-390 lbsmore than a 3.6L depending on options and equipment, the only significant difference in the rear is the DEF tank which is small.
  8. Suggested Upgrades after upgrading to 39” Tires?

    That one has long since gone to a new home but yes, it was on factory 44's and never had an issue. We built that one 3 times, first time was a 2.5" Adventure Series 3 Stage 1 (now named ultimate adventure stage 1) with 37's. Second build was a 3.5" Adventure Series Long Arm on 38's. Third...
  9. Rock Krawler Suspension JLU Suspension Products Coming Soon

    We Have the Windshield banners and control arm stickers here and can get you some if need be. For custom sizes, colors, etc. we use www.pixeldecals.com Jeep looks great.
  10. Suggested Upgrades after upgrading to 39” Tires?

    Go with 5.13's if you have an auto. The double overdrive transmission loves more gearing.
  11. Is there a ‘Best’ adjustable track bar?

    I would absolutely agree with your statement there.
  12. Is there a ‘Best’ adjustable track bar?

    One is not included, no. If you ordered RK06187, it will use a 1 5/16". If you ordered the NEW Track bar with 1" heims, RK06187HD, it will use a 1 1/2".
  13. Is there a ‘Best’ adjustable track bar?

    This helps people to understand why we use spherical joints in track bars on both ends.
  14. Evo VS Metalcloak suspension systems

    In this image and with the nature of a spherical joint, X and Z are the same capabilities just viewed at 90 degrees different angle. The Krawler Joint is capable of 30 degrees in each direction for a total of 60 degrees and the Pro Flex joint at the frame is capable of 15 each way resulting in...
  15. Lifted Suspension Issues - Need Advice

    On the RK JL track bars, the zerk fitting should be on the frame side, the adjustable joint should be on the axle. Both front and rear.
  16. Lifted Suspension Issues - Need Advice

    That's patently false. The Diesel kits share all the control arms with their gas counter parts. They share all the same spring seats, sway bar links, front track bar, etc. What is different is spring rates and rear track bar. On the very first diesel we bought and built, we discovered that...
  17. Lifted Suspension Issues - Need Advice

    Yes, all those numbers are the same between diesel and gas and are correct for JL/JLU
  18. Lifted Suspension Issues - Need Advice

    Did Jeremy already send a new rear track bar for you to Jeeper's Den or am I thinking of a different person?
  19. Lifted Suspension Issues - Need Advice

    WOOOOOAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!! That rear pinion angle is crazy, something is way off on measurements. You are measuring center of hole to center of hole in a straight line, correct? The recommendations in the book are just starting points, fine tuning has to happen and yours needs some fine tuning...



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